Aranesp

Erythropoiesis-Stimulating Agents

Aranesp is part of the Erythropoiesis-Stimulating Agents class and treats Anemia and Kidney Disease. Erythropoiesis-stimulating agents are used to treat anemia and kidney disease. They work by increasing red blood cells in the blood. Aranesp is only available as a brand name drug.

Prices for 4 syringes 300mcg/0.6ml of Aranesp (brand)

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Form Syringe

Dosage 300mcg/0.6ml

Quantity 4 syringes

Savings Tips

  • Insurance Coverage: Many major insurance plans will no longer cover Aranesp starting in 2015. Learn more
  • Limited Availability: See the manufacturer page for more information on how to fill your prescription. Learn more
  • Manufacturer Assistance Program: Financial assistance is available for eligible patients. Learn more

Specialty medication

This drug is considered a specialty medication, which means:

  • It is very expensive. A typical fill can cost $8,120 or more for 4 syringes 300mcg/0.6ml of Aranesp.

  • Patients in need of this drug will usually find most of the cost paid by an insurance company, government or non profit organization. If you are uninsured or need help with your co-pay, the manufacturer may also offer assistance.

Learn more about specialty medications.


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